Galactus vs Darkseid

Galan vs Uxas

Created by: ThroneofBlood

Character 1

Character 2

56 wins (76.7%)

Galactus

Galan

129

Powergrid

Intelligence
100
100%
Strength
100
100%
Speed
85
85%
15%
Durability
100
100%
Power
100
100%
Combat
50
50%
17 wins (23.3%)

Darkseid

Uxas

51

Powergrid

Intelligence
95
95%
Strength
100
100%
Speed
85
85%
15%
Durability
100
100%
Power
100
100%
Combat
95
95%

uSTATS

49
Intelligence
95
95%
Strength
100
100%
Speed
80
80%
20%
Durability
100
100%
Power
100
100%
Combat
90
90%
Based on 91 entries.

Strength level

Incalculable / Limit unknown

Appearence

Gender male
Race New God
Height 8'9 // 267 cm
Weight 1815 lb // 817 kg

Comments

1+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

Galactus - Multi-Universal
Darkseid - Multiversal
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Darkseid wins.
1+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

Yeah, Darkseid have the Omega Effect if Mjölnir hurt Galactus the Omega Effect also can.
Voted: Galactus

I don't mean to spark an old flame but do you still think Hal beats Galactus?
1+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

Hal loses to Well Fed or Lifebringer, but beats Moderately Fed or Poorly Fed.
Voted: Galactus

Fight has been done in cross over when Galactus was very hungry and weaker then normal he easily withstood omega beam not even a scratch even if you do not count cross over Galactus is far more powerful and durable
1+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

Galatus wilk mawl darksied...thanos took on galatus...an almost
1+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

Beat him to so darksied cant be thanos
Voted: Darkseid

Galactus eats planets.
New 52 darkseid destroys entire universes.
It is also implied that Darkseid is simply the name of the physical form of something else much stronger than a physical being can be. His soul goes by another name that's slipping my mind atm, but it is implied that he has a "true form" aside from his physical New God body
Voted: Galactus

Galactus eats Apokolips and Darkseid within it.
Voted: Darkseid

Galactus can't eat apokolips it's a dead planet of he's does darkseid wins the planet would poison him and darkseid is immortal so he won't die from being eaten alive galactus would die from the planet but if darkseid shot galactus it doesn't effect him I believe darkseid loses i m just voting him because I like him better
Voted: Galactus

Short conversation, Galactus eats planets, Darkseid rules over 1 planet known as apocalypse... DON'T YOU SEE HOW GALACTUS WOULD EASILY TAKE THE WIN?
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

Debate 1. Is Darkseid a Alien
Answer. No there is nothing to support this, the writers never use Alien to describe Darkseid, they use words like, being, entity, and of course god.
Debate 2. Is Darkseid a god
Answer. apparently not, even though the writers explicitly use the word god to describe Darkseid, the narrator of the entire story states "After all it's not every day you surprise a GOD" the Dc encyclopedia also states that Darkseid is a god and also is the son of a god, (not creation of) gods are considered to be divine beings. Plus The comic never directly says Darkseid was created by the Gods, just another assumption of yours.
Again @SirSpidy I've used actual words that are in the comic for my argument. You have used words that don't exist anywhere in the comic or encyclopedia, it's really hard to debate with you when you don't have anything to support your arguments.
I would really like move on now, this is really getting old.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

No, the debate will never be done, as it seems. Yes, Darkseid is an alien. The comic says, "In the dirt fields of the WORLD before our worlds, there was a Mud Grubber named Uxas" - Kaiyo. This proves the fact that Uxas was created an alien on an unnamed planet. The comic says, "Great Father! Hear our prayers! You blessed us with life! Do not take it from us now! We know our imperfection offends you! But we love you with all our hearts and we beg your mercy!" - Izaya and Avia. This proves my argument that Uxas, Izaya, Avia, and all the rest of there fellow alien Mud Grubbers were all created to worship there Fathers, or Old Gods (In Uxas' and Izaya's circumstance, they pray to Yuga Khan because he is their father), who gave them life. The comic says, "The Gods don't give a damn about us" - Uxas. Uxas literally says he is not a God. The comic says, "The MORTALS in their dirty fields screamed" - Kaiyo. This proves my argument that Uxas is not a god, he is a MORTAL alien. The comic says, "And stared down on the great creators and destroyers of all he knew" - Kaiyo. This proves my argument that Uxas was created by Yuga Khan to worship him. The comic says, "Little man, give me a prayer. Believe in me worm and I will give you all you desire" - Kaiyo. The Old God literally calls Uxas a little MAN, or alien, and a worm. So, since I have proved my argument fact, for the second time, you cannot say that "it's really hard to debate with you when you don't have anything to support your arguments."
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

I now see where Kaiyo claims Darkseid is a god. That does not mean he is a god though. How can a worm be a god? However, DC often does this since their writing is so terrible. For example, lets look at the Darkseid War comic series. Mobius, as we all know, is an alien from the planet Qward and he is considered to be a god in Darkseid War. Batman is an Earth born human and he is considered a god in. Superman is an alien from the planet Krypton and he is considered a god. The Flash is an Earth born human and he is considered a god. Shazam is an Earth born human and he is considered a god. Grail is an Earth born alien and she is considered a god. Now none of that makes sense. How can an alien be a god? Its stupid. The Encyclopedias say that Darkseid is a New God, not a god. The Encyclopedias say that Yuga Khan is an Old God, not a god. Old Golds and New Gods are just two races of aliens from two different planets. If you could actually read, the comic explicitly says that all Uxas knows was created by the Old Gods. So no, that argument of mine is not an assumption, its a fact. You have used a total of 10 words to prove your argument true. Very impressive @remy94.
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

The debate is over for me I have stated nothing more then what the comics & encyclopedia explicitly say about the character, it states that he is a god. Until you actually give me a reference to when he has ever been called a Alien, my opinion remains the same.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

The comic says, "In the dirt fields of the WORLD before our worlds, there was a Mud Grubber named Uxas" - Kaiyo. I'm not sure how a Mud Grubber, or a mortal, or a worm, or a little man all of a sudden becomes a god, but its whatever. In the eyes of @remy94, Darkseid can be whatever he damn well pleases. Lol, typical fanboy. The Encyclopedias do not state he is a god. And whenever he is claimed to be a god, it is only the opinion of one character in the story, namely Kaiyo. This has been a great debate, although you only gave me a total of 10 words for evidence, I appreciated it mostly. The comics dictate Darkseid is an alien, but you can believe what you want
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

The debate is not over for you @SirSpidy, I've asked you to find the word alien you have failed to do so.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

Again, I'm just repeating myself. You don't have to use the word "alien" to describe an alien. Superman is considered an alien even though the word "alien" is never used to describe him. The comic does however describe Uxas as being an alien extremely loud and clear
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

All the words used to describe Darkseid Mud grubber, god of evil, entity, snack, for example none of these words describe or mean alien.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

The comic says, "In the dirt fields of the WORLD before our worlds, there was a Mud Grubber named Uxas" - Kaiyo. Aliens live on planets. Uxas lives on a planet. Aliens are mortal. Uxas is mortal. Aliens are worms compared to gods. Uxas is described as being a worm therefore making him an alien. Should I go on?
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

Again you have used a word that is not in the comic, the word planet is never used. The Olympian gods live on planet earth so dose this mean they are aliens? I don't think so.
Please just consider what the comic actually states. Yes Darkseid was a Mud grubber but this by no means suggest he is a Alien. Why he is a Mud grubber is unknown.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

Oooohhh, got me there. "World." There are you happy. Is that such a bigger difference than the word "planet"? C'mon @remy94, now you are just getting desperate. LOL, If you actually think the gods of Olympus live on Earth, you need to quit this debate right now. Just hang up the coat. You tried your best. I am considering everything the comic actually states
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

In Greek mythology people believed the Gods lived on Mount Olympus witch is located in Greece. Also I am not debating, I'm just correcting you.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

Okay, but that's in Greek mythology. Reference a New 52 comic saying that Mount Olympus is on Earth. You are not correcting me. You are desperately trying to debunk everything I say with no prevail. I'm honestly done debating with someone who knows nothing about gods
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

Don't worry the debate is over.
Please just admit that the word alien is never used to describe Darkseid, and the word god is.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

For like the fifth time, you don't have to use the word "alien" to describe an alien. Superman is considered an alien even though the word "alien" is never used to describe him. The comic does however describe Uxas as being an alien extremely loud and clear.
1+ years member.
Not voted yet

How love how @Sirspidey said that the debate on whether Darkseid is an alien will never be done, because 107 days later its still going on.
1+ years member.
Not voted yet

*I love how.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

Lol, I can see into the future
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

Simply
The Dc comics encyclopedia
Marvel Encyclopedia
Just a word of advice, They update about every 2 yours so make sure you get the latest versions.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

I need a specific name
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

Umm I just gave you the names
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

THE DC COMICS ENCYCLOPEDIA the definitive guide to the characters of the Dc universe
&
MARVEL ENCYCLOPEDIA the definitive guide to the characters of marvel universe
This should be it
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

Your trusty encyclopedia, as I could have guessed, does not say anything about Darkseid having a "divine" heritage. The encyclopedia does states that Darkseid is a "New God", but it does not state that Darkseid is a "god." Why do you assume that Darkseid is "god" like Odin, Thor, Gaea, etc.? He is a race of aliens known as the "New Gods"
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

Wow you got the book incredibly fast, may I ask where from? Firstly the book does say that Darkseid is the son a legendary Old god (Darkseid, 2nd paragraph, first line) unless of course you don't have the latest version of the encyclopedia. Secondly no where does it describe Darkseid as a alien, again just your assumption.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

http://readcomiconline.to/
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Since DC writing is so awful, we don't know what the "Old Gods" are. The best thing that we can come to conclusion with is that the "Old Gods" are a race of beings from a planet who created aliens so that they could feed off of there prayers. Yuga Khan created his sons so that he could feed off of there prayers, just like all of Uxas' fellow Mud Grubbers whose fathers created them so that there fathers could feed off of there prayers. The comic explains this. If you solely use the DC encyclopedias for information, your knowledge is very limited to just a few pages of information. I suggest that you actually read the comics (The entire source of information these encyclopedias use) so that you expound upon your knowledge of a given character. You are given vast amounts of information you would otherwise have never received if you only read the encyclopedias. The comics say that Uxas was born a low life farmer who lived on a planet of unknown origins. Uxas grew tired of being a low life farmer, so he magically made the Old Gods wage war and stole there powers turning into Darkseid. I dont know where you have been, but the comics explains this loud and clear. So, tell me, how am I assuming Uxas is an alien?
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

@SirSpidy for the last time! the word alien is never used in any accurate comic book, encyclopedia or website witch all give the same information about the story of this character. I've read the comic it does not state in any of its pages that Darkseid is a alien, and all my sources always depicted him as a god not a alien. Also the encyclopedia never gives any account that Darkseid was created by Yuga Khan, it clearly says son of not creation of. In your opinion yes Darkseid is a alien, even though the comics say otherwise. But you know perfectly well you can have your opinion whatever makes you happy, I really don't care. I'll stick with the facts, knowing who would actually win the battle satisfies me, You should try it sometime.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

The word "alien" is never used to describe Superman, why should the word "alien" have to be used to describe Uxas? Does Uxas have some kind of concession or something? Comics provide millions upon millions of more information than the Encyclopedias. Again, you are given vast amounts of information you would otherwise have never received if you only read the encyclopedias (A few pages that sum up one character). So, don't say that the Encyclopedias provide just as much information as the comics. The comic may not use the word "alien" to describe Uxas, but the comic does describe Uxas as an alien. However, the comic does NOT state, or even describe, Uxas as having a "divine" heritage. The comic describes Uxas as a low life farmer living on a PLANET of unknown origin, therefore he is an alien. All of Uxas' fellow Mud Grubbers like himself, were created by the Old Gods to worship them. The comic explicitly states this. This means that Yuga Kahn created his daughter and 2 sons to worship him and all of Uxas' friends were created by other "Old Gods" to worship the given "Old God". I use exact quotes from the comic to prove my argument fact. How can my argument by my own opinion if I use the comics as references? So, all in all, Uxas has the heritage of an alien. Galan too has the heritage of an alien. Though, Galan was the most advanced of any species in the entire universe while Uxas was just a Mud Grubber. Uxas stole the powers of a group of aliens known as the Old Gods. Galan was gifted the abilities of a Multiversal being known as the Sentience of The Multiverse. With this information, you tell me who you think would win. Keep in mind that Darkseid is shown in the comic being contained by Superman. If Superman can do it, I'm sure Galactus can do it pretty easily
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

😂😂😂omgosh why do you do this. The word alien has always been used to describe Superman's heritage, give me a reference to when he has ever been called anything else. Also Explain to me why the word "god" is used to describe Darkseid in the comic, and not the word alien? If he is truly a alien by heritage. Also The comic does not in fact say explicitly that Darkseid was created by the Old Gods. As for our little debate I have used actual facts and words that are in the comic and encyclopedia for my arguments, but somehow you believe I am wrong. you have come up with theories and words that cannot be found anywhere in our references, the word alien for example, obviously just too feed your favouritism. Finally there is no need to mock the encyclopedias, they are the most accurate accounts of the comics you will ever find.
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

Give me the comic book that the true Darkseid was defeated by Superman. And explain to me why Darkseid could easily hold his own against the full power of the Anti-monitor, if you consider him to be so incredibly powerless.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

Superman has been called Superman since the New 52 reboot. Superman has never been referred to as an alien unless, of course, you can find it in the New 52 comics. Darkseid is not referred to being a god. He is referred to as being a "New God." You don't have to use the word "alien" to describe an alien. However, Uxas is described as being an alien, not a being of "divine" heritage. He is literally called a "Mud Grubber." The comic explicitly says, "And stared down on the great creators and destroyers of all he knew" - Kaiyo. This proves everything I have been saying. You have yet to give me a comic reference or even a quote from the comics. Until you do that, your information is false and only your opinion. I have not come up with any theories. I have proven my argument fact by referencing comics and giving quotes from those comics. You have only given me the Encyclopedias (The opinions of some random people). For your Encyclopedias, what you are saying is that the Encyclopedias are a better source of information than the comics, the very source of information the Encyclopedias are derived from? Very logical @remy94. Finally, using your logic, if Darkseid isn't an alien because the comic doesn't use the word "alien", Darkseid doesn't have a divine heritage because the comic doesn't specifically say, "divine heritage." But that's using your logic
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

For your second comment, Justice League Volume 2 Issue #23.1 is the comic in which Superman holds back Darkseid. As for the Anti-Monitor vs Darkseid battle, Anti-Monitor was completely wrecking Darkseid, so Darkseid resorted to cheating. Anti-Monitor countered Darkseid's cheat and killed him. I'm not sure how Darkseid could hold his own if he literally died to hands of Anti-Monitor, but thats some @remy94 logic for you
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

As For Darkseid vs Anti-monitor, the God of Evil battled with Anti-monitor for the majority of the comic, (Justice league the Darkseid war) so he is more then a match for him. Darkseid at one point literally beat Anti-monitor into the ground, so Anti-monitor called upon to the very embodiment of death it self (black racer) to help him defeat Darkseid, so Anti-monitor was unable to beat Darkseid alone.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

You have that all backwards. Go re-read the comic again. Mobius was completely wrecking Darkseid and is shown beating the alien Darkseid into the ground with an energy blast. So Darkseid, realizing he was going to get beat, cheated and desperately called upon the Black Racer to try and kill Mobius, but Mobious easily countered the Black Racer and fused it with the Flash to easily kill Darkseid
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

Also we are using the same comic for a references, so why do I need to tell you where my information comes from if our facts are coming from the same place. I also use the Dc and Marvel encyclopedia for more information, I suggest you read them.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

Okay, then show me where it says that Uxas has a "divine" heritage. Or give me evidence that DC has more critically acclaimed comics than Marvel. You have not given any evidence for your claims. You are just piggy backing off of my evidence so that you don't have to reference comics for your claims
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

Darkseid has a divine heritage because he the descendent of Old god, look for this information anywhere and you will find the same answer to Darkseid's parentage. To be honest there is no information about how Darkseid became a Mud grubber.
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

As For Dc comics the critics are crazy about them, just look at the covers the majority the new 52 comics.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

Why do y'all use websites to get your information? Those are just opinions of some random people on the web. Give me comics I can look into. Uxas' fellow aliens are all direct descendants of Old Gods (Keep in mind we don't know if the Old Gods are "gods." For all we know, they are just aliens from a planet). So, with your logic, all of Uxas' fellow Mud Grubbers have a "divine" heritage. That makes sense. There is no information about Uxas having a "divine" heritage
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

For your second comment, that is your own opinion. I'm not suppose to be doing the research. You are the one who is suppose to give me evidence that DC has more critically acclaimed comics than Marvel. Give me the website you got your information from
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

I do not use wikis they can be very inaccurate, if I do choose to use the web for my information I visit the official Dc or Marvel comics websites. And as said before I like to read the encyclopedias these are the best source for information having all the stories and facts that the comics do. And of course I read the comics quite a a lot.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

Fine, give me the names of the encyclopedia you used to get your information so that I can look into it
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

@SirSpidy its obvious you can't see past your own ignorant fanboyism. I have never seen such a big Marvel fan, this is obviously why you are so one sided in all your arguments. Until you can see both Marvel and Dc comics as both great companies I am done debating with you. All my arguments in my previous comments are accurate, straight from the comics. Plus you have failed to answer my any of my questions. As for witch is better I don't View them in that way, they are both excellent. In recent years Dc has had more critically acclaimed comics while Marvel has had better Movies.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

You are completely ignoring the facts. You asked me to give you evidence and I did, but then you want to change the subject and talk about a topic I never wanted to debate. I never asked for your opinion on which company is better. I just explained how awful DC writing is. If you seriously take that personally, you need to chill with the DC comics and read the more better written comics. You can call me a fanboy and claim that I am wrong all you want, I dont care. But what I dont understand is how I can be wrong and a fanboy if I use canon comics? How am I one sided if I use factual evidence? I also dont like the fact about you that you completely disregard the answer that I gave you for your question. You asked for me to, "give me a reference in the comics that Darkseid is considered a alien and not the son of a divine being." I gave you a reference but you just brushed it aside. Its okay to admit that you are wrong. It is very humbling at times. None of your arguments are factual. You have not given one comic for evidence out of all your arguments. Until you can prove you arguments fact, all your arguments are just your own fanboy opinion. GIVE ME SOME COMICS. Please give me evidence that DC has had more critically acclaimed comics and I'll consider, but until then, Marvel is the superior company by far
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

@SirSpidy I have read the comic that you mentioned several times it's one of my favorites. No where in it's pages does it state that Darkseid is a alien, this is just your own assumption. The comic does state many times that Darkseid is a god. What the comic doesn't tell us is that Uxas is the son of a divine being one of the legendary Old gods, Yuga Khan. To know this information requires further research of the character.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

I'll just quote some of the things the comic says.
- Quote #1: "In the dirt fields of the WORLD before our worlds, there was a Mud Grubber named Uxas." - Kaiyo
> Meaning of Quote: I could stop the whole argument with this one quote. It literally tells us that Uxas is a low life farmer who lives on a PLANET and works in the mud
- Quote #2: "The Gods don't give a damn about us." - Uxas
> Meaning of Quote: This quote proves Uxas is a lesser being (alien) to the race of Old Gods. If Uxas were a God of "divine" power, he would have said, "The FELLOW Gods don't give a damn about us."
- Quote #3: "The MORTALS in their dirty fields screamed." - Kaiyo
> Meaning of Quote: This proves Uxas was just a MORTAL being, not a God
- Quote #4: "Believe in me, WORM" - An Old God
> Meaning of Quote: An Old God literally calls Uxas a worm
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I understand Uxas's father was an Old God as mentioned in Infinity Man and The Forever People #5, but that is the same for all the rest of Uxas's fellow aliens. Justice League #23.1 says, "And stared down on the great creators and destroyers of all he knew." - Kaiyo. This means that the Old Gods created Uxas and all the other aliens like Uxas. I think it is your turn now to give me evidence where the comic states Uxas is a "god." Keep in mind that the Old Gods are not "gods." In fact, we dont know what they are. We just know that they are a race of beings known as the "Old Gods." So, with all of this said, please explain to me how I am assuming Uxas is an alien if I use facts. Lastly, How can such an awfully written comic like Justice League #23.1 be one of your favorite comics? It is a pitiful comic in my opinion, what makes it one of your favorite? Oh, I almost forgot, I'm dying to know how DC has more critically acclaimed comics than Marvel. Could you please explain?
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

Im sure we are reading the same comic but clearly you are trying get more out of it then what is actually there. The word alien is never used in the entire comic to describe Darkseid, this is obviously just your own view of the character, stop trying to make characters into something they are not. The word god is used by the narrator several times to describe Darkseid, you just need to read further. Darkseid and Highfather are both the children of Yuga Khan, there for they have divine heritage. If the writing is so bad explain to me why the minority of the new 52 comics are some the best selling New York Times novels? The reason I enjoy this comic is because I like the story of a being that has come from humble beginnings to be one of the most powerful beings in the meltiverse.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

How am I trying to get more out of the comic than what is actually in the comic when I specifically use quotes from the comic to prove my argument fact? You are denying the facts, as always. The beings in the comic are described as living on a "world." If that isn't proof enough for you that Uxas is an alien, your gears up there just might not be working correctly. How am I making characters into something they are not when I use evidence from the exact comic we are referring to? Please explain. The writer uses the words, "Mud Grubber", "Mortal", "Wicked", "The Snake", "The Beast", "The Trickster", "Little Man", "Worm", "Darkseid", "New Gods", "Master", "Great", and "Mad God" to describe Uxas. No where does it describe Uxas as a "god." If Uxas and Izaya have a "divine" heritage, then why are they Mud Grubbers? I'm finding it troubling to understand your logic. First off, you need to give me evidence that the New 52 comics are the best selling New York Times novels. Secondly, if that were true, the only reason would be that there were a lot of DC fans before the New 52 reboot and so whenever there was a New 52 comic being released, all of the already DC fans bought it solely because they like DC, not because of the quality of the comic. You say, "humble beginnings", but yet you claim Uxas had a "divine" heritage. You also say that Uxas became "one of the most powerful beings in the meltiverse", but yet Darkseid got beat by a Superman. I don't understand your logic. Please explain
2+ years member.
Voted: Darkseid

None of the your quotes say that Darkseid is a alien, witch is what I asked you to find in the comics, but you have failed to do so. The comics state that Darkseid has a divine heritage, but for some reason you continue to deny this fact. I don't really know what else there is to debate about, I have used accurate information from the comics, encyclopedia, and the web all saying the same thing about this character. Unless they are all inaccurate (witch they are not) you are just viewing these characters in a way that fits your favouritism. Superman has never actually defeated the true Darkseid, just his avatar.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

I did do what you asked. The comic says that Uxas lives on a planet so therefore Uxas is an alien. Its as simple as that. Please give me the comic and exact quote where it says that Uxas has a "divine" heritage. I'll tell you what else there is to debate. Lets start with how I am trying to get more out of the comic than what is actually in the comic when I specifically use quotes from the comic to prove my argument fact. Could you debate that please? Or we can debate how I am making characters into something they are not when I use evidence from the exact comic we are referring to. How about that one? Or, one of my favorite, if Uxas and Izaya have a "divine" heritage, then why are they Mud Grubbers? Or we can debate if DC has more critically acclaimed comics than Marvel. Or, another one of my favorites, you say, "humble beginnings", but yet you claim Uxas had a "divine" heritage.
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

There are so many things we can debate, so stop trying to end this debate. I often find you and your brother trying to stop a debate whenever both of you are wrong. Why is that? Just admit you are wrong. Its okay. Learn some humility. We don't know if any of your information is accurate until you give references to your information so that we can look into it. Until you do that, your information is useless. I am viewing these characters the way the comics view them. This is evident because I reference the comics where I get my information and argument from meaning they are indeed fact. If you actually read Justice League Volume 2 Issue #23.1, you would know that Darkseid got defeated by a Superman near the end of the comic. This is evident when the narrartor states, "And show him a champion with powers that rival his own", "Who's strong enough to keep even the great Darkseid at bay long enough", and even continues to say, "You've lost." Superman held his own against Darkseid long enough so that the smarter heroes could teleport Darkseid back to Apokolips. I don't know how Darkseid is a Multiversal threat if he has trouble with mere Superman. Could you please explain your logic?
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Voted: Darkseid

The reason I wish to end debating is because it is very sickening how I know my arguments are current and accurate but people continue to mock the facts I give. Just because he lives on a planet doesn't mean he's a alien, you just assumed he is, even though the comic never states so.
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Voted: Galactus

Okay Mr. "The whole world is against me because they don't approve of my information." Your information is not fact until you give us evidence (comics) that it is fact. Yes, you are an alien if you come from a different planet. Superman is considered an alien because he is from the planet Krypton. What is so hard to understand?
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Voted: Darkseid

The difference is that Darkseid has a divine heritage, witch means he is unlike any of the beings on the planet, Superman has just a Alien heritage.
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Voted: Galactus

No, he does not. If that were true, the whole race of aliens on that planet would have a "divine" heritage because there "fathers" were all Old Gods. I'm still trying to understand how a Mud Grubber has a "divine" heritage. Please explain
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Voted: Darkseid

It's Space god against space god, this will be a epic battle, But in the end only one has divine power. Sooner or later Darkseid will destroy Galactus.
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Voted: Galactus

Nope, its a Cosmic Entity who creates some of the most powerful beings in all of comics vs an alien who stole powers from other beings. Quite obvious who would win
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Voted: Darkseid

@SirSpidey give me a reference in the comics that Darkseid is considered a alien and not the son of a divine being. I can already say that you will not find anything, it's just your own assumption that Darkseid is a alien. If any of one these two are a alien it is Galactus. Yes Galactus creates some vastly powerful beings, but this is nothing new to the god of evil, who has created entire planets of powerful beings. Also explain to me why such a powerhouse like Galactus needs to recharge his own powers, and a vastly powerful being like Darkseid never needs to? The answer is that Darkseid has divine power and Galactus does not.
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Voted: Galactus

First off, if you weren't so ignorant and actually read the New 52 comics, you would know that Uxas was a "Mud Grubber" before becoming Darkseid. He just stole the powers of the Old Gods and became what he is now known as, Darkseid. And to be honest, If a mortal alien like Uxas can steal the powers of Old Gods so easily, that is just pitiful writing on DC's part. DC has the worst writing out of any comic book company ever created if that is how it is going to be. Secondly, Galactus has a more powerful heritage as he is from a race who were the most advanced of any other race of the known universe of that time in which he was Galan. Galactus could easily devour Apokolips and all of its puny peasants who dwell on it. Darkseid has created a planet once, but Galactus is the being who comes and devours it with ease, as he has done with all the other planets he has devoured. So, all in all, Darkseid has stolen the powers of a race of aliens known as the Old Gods, but Galactus has been gifted the powers of a Multiversal being known as the Sentience of The Multiverse
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Evidence: Justice League Volume 2 Issue #23.1
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I suggest you read it so that you can can repent from you wicked ways and realize that you are wrong. I'll even help you out a little bit: http://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Justice-League
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Voted: Darkseid

Christ, you really just hate DC, don't you?
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Voted: Galactus

Its not my fault that it is dreadful to read the majority of DC comics
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Voted: Galactus

hmmmmm, A Cosmic Entity vs an alien. I wonder how thats going to play out
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Voted: Galactus

Odin > Anti Monitor > Galactus > Zeus > Highfather > Darkseid
This is how it should be
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Voted: Darkseid

How is Odin above Anti-Monitor? Anti-Monitor is top 5 or 6 DC characters. Odin isn't top 5 Marvel.
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Voted: Galactus

Odin is as powerful as Galactus. Galactus and Anti-Moniter are at the same power level
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Voted: Darkseid

But in that scale, you have him above them both. And Anti-Monitor (at least in COIE) is more powerful than Galactus. Imho, it should be like this:
Anti-Monitor > Galactus Odin > Zeus > Highfather > Darkseid
2+ years member.
Voted: Galactus

Crisis On Infinite Earths is not canon so I dont know why you are mentioning it. Anti-Monitor is just a DC copy of Galactus. They are on the same power level
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Voted: Darkseid

This is my opinion of the most powerful Darkseid > Anti-monitor > Galactus > Odin, Zues & Highfather
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Voted: Darkseid

If @Galactus would give Darkseid a power bonus for the Omega Effect this would put him at a higher level closer to Galactus, where he belongs.
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a little closer than i thought

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